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Buckeye Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 2, 1844, Elyria, Ohio 62- Vr BUCKEYE ELYRIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 83, 1844. WHIG MASS MEETING. 1 LETTER FROM C. M. CLAY, llto carry those large states where his The following noble letter from CAssJsuccess was before doubtful Mr. Clay Ikus M. CLAY, addressed to SpuEDland his friends have taken high and Loflthica, in answer loan invitation tolhuiy ground. We must raise the war- flvisit this state, baa been placed in our I cry, soul-birring as the great questions hands. Every one> whether agreeingi at issue are expansive, and lasting in I with Mr. C. in all the sentiments 'heir conseqences for good or pressedor not, must admit that it is pat-l With Folk's election Texas comes in; Irioticin sentimenU' The appreheniionl with Texas the North are expressed in one sentence, that some ofl inevitably split, and away goes the I the Southern States will go against to us here at least of the American is vain to put offthe evil day; it is [at hand now. Slavery or liberty is to be in some sort this coming the liberly of the black September 3d, 1844. ___.......________ In accordance with the appointmentjLy cfay in consequence of his of the STATE CKNTRAL h0 the annextion of Texas, was doubtless the Whigs county, are re-l entertained by many before the Louisa questedlo assemble at J21yria in Con-l na election. Such a result was inteiidei vention, on the 3d day of September! to be produced by she nomination oi next, at 10 o'clock A.M., toI consultPOLK; but if we to judge from thcl only, but of the white also. 1 do not together upon the great and impor- effect in Louisiana, the plan has to say that Mr. Cloy isan tant questions now Wore the Ame- rican people. LEXINGTON Kv., J 10, 18 4 Perhaps never has Ogre been a cri-1 Dear have uc d >our kit sis so important to tnlf County, for! weal or woe, as depends upon the] f the2d iust., inviting me to sour Suit this summer. 1 am sensible of the high and to and we ask all, of all parties and" private dunes did ntt cal present with us, and listen to what me elsewhere. In the mean time Ian, we consider as the great prmciplesll Qt and my correspondence with which should induce the people to se-jLotll and Liberty men is exten- lect for the offices to which they j CODfess that my inteiest in the severally nominated, CLAY, FRELING-! cause Of the whigs is founded on the and BARTLCY, the well tradl supposition that will act up n patriots and lovew of their Country.! good f.mh to (heir profession. If whig- Come then, one and all, come in the! gery means any thing it means opposi strength and majesty of tion to tyranny. If it isl ear to me atall.it is because it pro- come with the determination to do something to aid the cause of truth and human freedom. HON. DAVID FISHER, of Clermont, well known as a strong! advocate of Protection to Home In-j dustry, will be here, and
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